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Rather rare finesse of tannins in these latitudes of the south of Rhône Valley. One of the sommeliers' favorite wines: for its elegance and complexity. Shows the delicate and silky expression of a mostly Carignan blend. A juicy sensation that makes this big wine already accessible in early years.


50% Carignan
25% Mourvèdre
15% Syrah
10% Grenache


Average age of the vines:

25 years old


Limestone shale over silicious clay loam Northern, eastern and south western exposure.



Natural cultivation, free of pesticides and synthetics AB ECOCERT certification in-process.
Mechanical ploughing of the soil Natural grassing down

Harvest: Manual, in 20 Kg cases
Destemming on a majority of the grapes
Yield: 25 Hl/ha
Green harvest of young, Grenache vines



Naturally occurring yeast
Open vats For a period of 12 to 28 days. Wine transfer by gravity
Maturation and Bottling: Maturation for 18 months over lees and little racking 1/3 in demi-muids for two wines 1/3 in 13 Hl barrels for two wines 1/3 in new, 31 Hl barrels
 Malolactic fermentation

Roc d'Anglade Rouge, Vin de Pays du Gard, France


    Winery: Roc d'Anglade
    Appellation: IGP Pays du Gard
    Grape Varietals: Carignan, Mourvèdre, Syrah, Grenache
    Vintage: 2017
    Viticulture: Biodynamic

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